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Reality Composer Augmented Reality Prototypes

For this week in Mobile Lab, I created three augmented reality prototypes using Reality Composer. I designed the app concepts for the health, entertainment, and education areas. For the first prototype, I experimented with image scanning. I envision a face mask that activates information when scanned. The information may include current COVID-19 statistics and the […]

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Guess POTUS

For the midterm, I updated one of my previous apps. The user may choose one of five time periods. The first four time periods contain about eleven presidents. A correct answer is 30 points. An incorrect answer is 15 points. The level increases every 300 points. The correct answer will always contain a spin animation. […]

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Midterm Proposal

For my midterm, I wanted to expand on a previous app that I created. In my “Guess the President” app, the user clicks on portraits that are either correct or incorrect. After the game is complete, the user’s score is shown and then the user may play again. In my expanded version, I would like […]

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See-No-Evil Monkey

For this week’s assignment, I created a visualizer and controller. The buttons are connected to a poem about ten monkeys, the slider is connected to the size of the monkey, and the toggle shows/hides the monkey’s eyes. Link to code on Github: https://github.com/nickgran321/See-No-Evil-Monkey

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Guess the President Game

I created a “Guess the President” game. Users click one out of 45 political presidents. They are alerted as to whether or not their pick is correct. The game lasts ten rounds. When the game is finished, the user’s score is shown and they are asked to play again. I designed the game to have […]

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Timer App

I created a timer application in which coins represent numbers. The large coins represent minutes while the smaller coins represent seconds. I implemented a play and reset button. When a coin is pressed, the value is stored in a timeRemaining variable. This variable represents the duration of the circular progress bar. While I feel comfortable […]

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Mobile Lab

Interactive Poster

For my second week in mobile lab, I developed an interactive poster for Jaws. When the swimmer is pressed, the swimmer disappears. When the shark is pressed, the shark eats the swimmer. I used a color gradient for the background. The sky is a white rectangle. Additionally, I imported a custom font from the movie […]

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Week 1: Haiku Poem

For my first week in mobile lab, I created a visual representation of a famous haiku. “Lighting One Candle” by Yosa Buson The light of a candle Is transferred to another candle— Spring twilight I wrote poetry in undergrad and desired to create a visual representation of my interests in the one button app. In […]